I've on my main drive a dual boot setup, with windows 7 and mint 13. I just bought a new hard drive, to use only for storage, and I plan to be able to access it from both OS.
I was going to format it to NTFS, but I read somewhere that this is not a good idea for a storage only HD (I've no idea where thus I don't know if it was a reliable source). I know windows cant read ext4, and that FAT32 is off the table (because of the file size limit). So my question is, should I format it in NTFS anyway?
I know this isn't a direct linux related question, but this is the one technology forum I'm currently reading, so I figured I would ask here.